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    Nebelhorn Results

    Mens SP:

    1 69.02 CAN Nicholas YOUNG
    2 60.82 USA Scott SMITH
    3 58.01 USA Nicholas LAROCHE
    4 57.08 RUS Alexei VASILEVSKI
    5 56.24 FRA Vincent RESTENCOURT
    6 54.41 SWE Filip STILLER
    7 53.67 SLO Gregor URBAS
    8 52.68 SCG Trifun ZIVANOVIC
    9 48.91 FIN Ari-Pekka NURMENKARI
    10 47.96 GER Frederik PAULS
    11 47.36 POL Maciej KUS
    12 45.31 JPN Noriyuki KANZAKI
    13 44.68 FIN Mikko MINKKINEN
    14 43.11 SWE Kristoffer BERNTSSON
    15 42.52 GER Martin LIEBERS
    16 41.85 GER Clemens BRUMMER
    17 33.44 LTU Aidas REKLYS

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    1 32.35 POL Kauc/Zych
    2 31.14 RUS Khokhlova/Novitski
    3 30.68 USA Moxley/Kirsanov
    4 29.27 USA Manon/O'Meara
    5 28.74 RUS Kulikova/Novikov
    6 28.08 GBR Kerr/Kerr
    7 28.08 CAN Longpre/Zukiwsky
    8 25.58 POL Dulej/Janicki
    9 24.41 POL Binczyk/Tomaszewski
    10 23.85 CAN Doherty/Miles
    11 21.31 AUS Buck/Nelson-Bond
    WD ARM Grebenkina/Azrojan

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    Pairs SP Results - Nebelhorn

    1. Wakamatsu/Fecteau 50.75 Can
    2. Handy/Allen 47.27 USA
    3. Bergeron/Davidson 46.02 USA
    4. Kierkgaard/Jeschke 43.24 Ger
    5. Spielberg/Joeright 42.98 USA
    6. Noenning/Bleyer 42.52 Ger
    7. Kuzmina/Evdokimov 42.06 Rus
    8. Brozovic/Futas 37.49 Svk
    9. Fitze/Rex 34.47 Ger!!

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    Does anyone know where we can find out which elements the men performed and/or review of their performances?

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    Yes Lynn,

    There are a few regular posters from FSU at the event. They have promised to post there each evening when they return home.

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    I heard that Scott Smith landed a 4S2T combo and a clean 3A. Nicholas Young did a 3F3T, and two-footed his 3A. Since Young is in first by a wide margin and Smith in 2nd, I guess it isn't true that a 3/3 counts less than a 4/2.

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    Here's a link to the results, fro the USFSA:


    http://www.usfsa.org/events_results/...horn/index.htm

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    I find it interesting that Kulikova and Novikov, who have been advertised by TT as the next big thing (she lobbied unsuccessfully to have them sent to the 2003 Worlds as the 3d team) are sitting in 5th... Of course, it is only their first season together, though.

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    I for one am going to have a hard time reading and understanding this new scoring system.

    Are they going to have ordinals or is this it?

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    Originally posted by ladybug
    Are they going to have ordinals or is this it?
    No ladybug. Ordinals are used to compare one skater to the other skaters. It is a ranking system. In that system, the marks, for example 5.6, didn't really mean anything (well, they did, but not to the outcome of the event) until compared to what the judge gave the other skaters, which is where ordinals came into play. This system, COP, or Code of Points, awards skaters points based on the successful execution of elements in their program. The skater with the highest points wins. Points from the short program are carried over to the long program.

    Interesting to note the callers for the events. Alexei Urmanov is the caller for the men, and Bruno Marcotte is the caller for pairs. Nice to see former well known skaters in that roll.

    http://www.isufs.org/events/nt03/index.htm

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    Ladies Short

    1. Jennifer DON USA 49.54
    2. Lesley HAWKER CAN 47.04
    3. Amber CORWIN USA 45.80
    4. Miia MARTTINEN FIN 44.50
    5. Daria TIMOSHENKO AZE 44.36
    6. Denise ZIMMERMANN GER 40.94
    7. Katharina HÄCKER GER 40.50
    8. Caroline GÜLKE GER 38.76
    9. Olga NAIDENOVA RUS 38.16
    10. Kristin WIECZOREK GER 36.88
    11. Shirene HUMAN RSA 36.74
    12. Sara FALOTICO BEL 36.32
    13. Constanze KEMMNER GER 33.84
    14. Alenka ZIDAR SLO 32.00
    15. Irina LUKIANENKO UKR 30.36

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    Like the men's event, there is a BIG point gap between 1st and 2nd. Jennifer must have really turned it on, as only she can do! I just loved her at Nationals Pairs competition. She has a megawatt smile.

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    Men's final results

    Evidently Scott Smith won the FS by about 7 points, but this wasn't enough to overcome the lead Nick Young had after the SP. So 2nd in SP and 1st in FS = silver. Under factored placements, would have been gold.

    Pl Name Nation Points SP FS Final Result

    1 Nicholas YOUNG CAN 183,13 1 2 1
    2 Scott SMITH USA 181,40 2 1 2
    3 Nicholas LaROCHE USA 172,14 3 3 3
    4 Alexei VASILEVSKI RUS 161,52 4 4 4
    5 Filip STILLER SWE 155,77 6 5 5
    6 Trifun ZIVANOVIC SCG 151,68 8 6 6
    7 Vincent RESTENCOURT FRA 151,07 5 7 7
    8 Noriyuki KANZAKI JPN 138,29 12 8 8
    9 Ari-Pekka NURMENKARI FIN 138,17 9 9 9
    10 Gregor URBAS SLO 136,19 7 12 10
    11 Martin LIEBERS GER 128,03 15 10 11
    12 Maciej KUS POL 127,71 11 13 12
    13 Frederik PAULS GER 126,52 10 14 13
    14 Kristoffer BERNTSSON SWE 126,48 14 11 14
    15 Mikko MINKKINEN FIN 119,04 13 16 15
    16 Aidas REKLYS LTU 110,00 17 15 16
    Withdrawn Clemens BRUMMERGER 16

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    Originally posted by chuckm
    Like the men's event, there is a BIG point gap between 1st and 2nd.
    I'm glad that Jenny skated well -- but the "big gap" is only 2.5 points, unlike for the men's SP which was more than 8, and which proved to be an insurmountable lead. Since Scott Smith won the FS by 7 points, it is quite possible for the ladies FS to make a difference. Not saying it will happen or that I want it to -- but there is a big difference between being 2.5 points behind the leader or being 8 points back.

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    According to the final total, if you subtract the SP points from the final total, you get the FS points.

    But doing that, it looks as if LaRoche was 2nd in the FS, not Young.

    Smith: final total 181.40, less SP 60.82 = 120.58 FS
    LaRoche: final total 172.14, less SP 58.01 = 114.13 FS
    Young: final total 183.13, less SP 69.02 = 114.11 FS

    It doesn't change the results, but it might be important to LaRoche.

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    Since the COP was used and these are the results. I would be interested in what the views of the fans who attended the actual competition.

    Also what exactly does the Caller do for the spectators attending?
    Does he announce anything to the Public? How does he reach the judges for his imput? What procedures does the Caller take in these competitions?

    Interesting that Urmanov was the Caller.

    Joe

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